Sales

Five years may be a long time, but Chesterton Humberts has taken a punt and projected that total price growth in London, the South East, East Anglia and South West will be pushing 20% by then (compared…

With only a couple of weeks left until the property world hangs up its brogues for another year, there's been somewhat of a pre-Christmas rush in Knight Frank’s Country Division, with over £250m worth of …

Jones Lang LaSalle has announced the launch of a dedicated residential sales office in the swanky Royal Exchange, slap bang in the middle of the City of London, EC3

There is nothing wrong with the underlying health of the market, says Trevor Abrahmsohn

Battersea Power Station is "on track to begin construction in the summer and to begin hand over of Phase One to the new owners in 2016,” with residential sales slated to kick-off in Asia in January and i…

It's hardly news that a lot of London's prime residential property is owned by offshore companies, but an investigation by the Times has put some rather interesting figures forward (just in time for tomorrow's…

Demand for properties with income has soared by 50%, according to Fine & Country, as buyers look to supplement their earnings and boost pension pots.

There's nearly 50% more prime property stock knocking around central London this month compared to last November, according to Knight Frank's latest stats, as tax becomes the great unknown for buyers

Great schools and even better golf courses keep the cash flowing through the shires, says Julian Amos

More agents are joining the ranks predicting a drop-off in price growth next year; the latest - top London-based firm WA Ellis - is tipping a shift to more realistic pricing as the main driver

All the latest juicy data from the Land Registry is out, showing the number of properties sold in England and Wales for over £1m in August 2012 was up 12% to 843 from 753 in the same month last year.